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The Sanctuary of Sin

BDSM Evil stick with PVC charm topper; impact play, cane, horror, cute

BDSM Evil stick with PVC charm topper; impact play, cane, horror, cute

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Handmade carbon fiber "Evil Stick" with variety of different PVC charm toppers. Give your naughty play a little *extra* bite with twice the fun and twice the options for pain and sensation. Sure to give you hours of twisted fun!

Aptly named, the "evil stick" side gives a sharp sting with a long, slow after burn reminiscent of a cane strike but (most find) more intense! You'll be surprised at the level of pain you can achieve with minimal effort.

To use, simply hold the stick with your non-dominant hand flat on the bottom, near the desired area of impact. Using your other hand, bend the stick up to, at most a 45 degree angle, then release, letting it flick onto the desired area. I would recommend starting off slow and building up over time. 

The PVC side can be flicked as well or used like a crop and has a similar sting to one, though is a bit grippy so the sensation lasts a little longer.

All sticks are handmade by myself, are 3mm wide and roughly 45cm long though please allow for some variations. Let me know if there is any characters or charms you would like to see and I will see if I can make them for you!

Impact play is a type of BDSM activity that involves striking the body with various implements, such as whips, paddles, canes, or floggers, to produce a physical sensation ranging from mild to intense pain. While impact play can be enjoyed by consenting adults as a form of erotic or sensual stimulation, it can also be dangerous if not practiced safely. Here are some important safety tips to keep in mind:

Communication and consent:

Before engaging in impact play, it's crucial to have an open and honest conversation with your partner(s) about your boundaries, limits, and preferences. Establish a safe word or signal that can be used to stop the activity if someone becomes uncomfortable or overwhelmed. All parties involved in impact play should give enthusiastic and informed consent. It's important to check in with your partner(s) throughout the activity to ensure that they are still comfortable and willing to continue.

Preparation:

Before engaging in impact play, make sure that you are physically and emotionally prepared. Warm up the body with gentle touches, massages, or stretches to increase blood flow and reduce the risk of injury. Avoid striking areas that are vulnerable, such as the lower back, neck, or face. Avoid using implements that are sharp, cracked, or dirty.

Aftercare:

After impact play, engage in aftercare activities, such as cuddling, talking, or providing emotional support, to help your partner(s) recover from the experience and process any emotions that may arise.

Remember that impact play can be intense and potentially dangerous, so it's important to educate yourself, communicate clearly, and prioritize safety at all times.

 

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